Taxes Are A Stumbling Block To Fiscal Cliff Talks

By David Greene

December 5, 2012

Americans are not optimistic that leaders in Washington will strike a budget deal in time to avoid automatic tax increases and spending cuts, according to a new survey. President Obama and congressional Republicans seem to be far apart with no clear path to a resolution.

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